Over the course of the past fifteen years, I have been teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language (ESL/EFL) in a variety of contexts to differing levels. I have taught beginner level young learners, advanced level adults, and many stages in between. I have also observed other teachers teaching these levels. In order to succeed, we teachers have to meaningfully engage our students in the target language. Teaching English is a rewarding and enjoyable profession if you approach it with the right structure and planning. This course will help you teach in this manner.
Nationality: British / Canadian
  2014 Research Masters in Applied Linguistics, University of Reading (UK)
2011 Graduate Certificate in Linguistics, University of New England (Australia)
2001 Honours BA, Trent University (Ontario, Canada)
IELTS instructor, Cambridge Taipei Language Training Centre
TESOL Trainer, Tesoltaiwan, Taipei
07/2015 - Present IELTS Presenter (IDP) (Taipei, Taiwan)
09/2014 - Present Jinou Girls Senior High School ª÷¼Ú¤k¤¤(Taipei, Taiwan)
11/2013 - Present Cambridge English Language Assessment Presenter (Taiwan)
08/2014 - 07/2015 St. John¡¦s University (Tamshui, Taiwan)
10/2013 - 07/014 Beautiful Seasons American English (Jhonghe, Taiwan)
1/2012 - 10/2012 McGill University EFL/ESP Teacher (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

Academic Publication
MacMillan, C. & Carrillo Masso, I. (2012), ¡§Interpreting Waiguoren: A Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis of 'Waiguoren' and ¡¥Foreigners¡¦ in Taipei¡¨ In F. Caserta & A. Burns (eds.), Journal of Cultural Mediation.